So what does anyone know about firacoxin (spell) used for athie for dogs/ Other than they cannot stay on for long periods. There is also a pain med tramadol -- any updates on this one also? thanks. Reply 1 reply · active 129 weeks ago +1 TranssylvaniaP's avatar - Go to profile TranssylvaniaP 41p · 129.
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that nite they called and said he was spunky had an attitude and was doing very well,,thurs morning he was panting hard no energy gums were grey they ckd him and found all the new blood in his colon,was nothing more I could do for him,had my poor dog put to sleep that morning,he was 12 yrs old I gave him an extra 11 yrs when he was hit by a car and had 18 inches of his intestine removed at the age of one,miracle dog they called him then,so so sorry y boy I couldn't save u this time,rat poison is what they say killed him, no rat poison on the grounds,use traps if needed so as not to poison pet,need to know if prevocex or a psycho in the neighborhood is the reason for his death,,have a lot of questions for the vet tomorrow,,this vet did not prescribe prevocex to Yoshi but said they do administer it she is a very good vet and I hope these sad sad stories has a lasting and meaningfull result on her.thks for listening,,just haven't been the same without my yoshiboy.
Before being prescribed Rimadyl, it is very important that a veterinarian runs blood tests on your dog to rule out any underlying health problems that could lead to a reaction with Rimadyl. If the results indicate that the dog might already have impaired liver function, use of Rimadyl should be ruled out.
Once treated with a special skin shampoo from the specialist she is fine. She must take 1 thyroid pill twice a day for the rest of her life. old. I took her to a dermatologist to a veterinary hospital and it was a classic case of thyroid problems. My dog is a lab and is 91/2 years old now. My dog had those skin problems with itching, redness, etc. We found her problem when she was 7 yrs.
He’s been on carprofen sincefor 6 days. This sounds just like my 11 year old Dioji. He can’t stand up or turn or even put his foot down.
On Friday, when the vet called to see how Henry was recovering, I mentioned to him that Holly, our dog on Deramaxx, wasn't eating. The vet suggested she. UPDATE June 2015: Here is an article that explains the science behind the adverse reaction dogs experience with Deramaxx. This is exactly what.
We explained the situation, that we had an appointment with a specialist in the morning, but that she was gravely ill. We made a couple of calls to the emergency clinic. We asked if they thought it sounded like tumor activity, and they said without seeing her they couldn’t know for sure, but that it was a possibility. The staff at the emergency clinic said they wouldn’t be able to do much more than the kind of ultrasound our vet had performed.
Whenever she wasn’t moving, she’d just lay down because it was easier.
After I give this medication to my dog, her heart rate increases, she pants loudly and often. She also begins staring blankly into space. Having mentioned this to my vet he ls me that there have been no other reports of this reaction. I too have done some research on line and can find no other report of this.
From my research into this horrible disease, I have found that there is a high incidence of TCC in Scotties & Westies. it would have been operable back then. I wish I had known this sooner, I would have demanded that he be checked as soon as he began having symptoms. There is an ongoing university study to research the possible cause for such a high incidence.
SL. I had my little Fergus on Piroxicam for his TCC and he was lucky not to have any side effects at all. I just made sure that I gave it after he had something to eat.
Apoquel is a great allergy drug for many dogs, but there are potential side effects that need to be watched for. Apoquel does not work for some dogs.
Other drugs in the same drug class as Apoquel include drugs for humans for rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, and cancer. In humans, the side effects of drugs in the JAK inhibitor class of drugs include: neutropenia, anemia, thrombocytopenia, increased liver values, increased cholesterol, UTI, weight gain, herpes zoster.
Ear infections seem at an unusually high rate in my opinion, at least compared to what I have seen with steroids or cyclosporine- drugs which tend to prevent ear infections. Sometimes we also see urinary tract infections while pets are on Apoquel, however, I am suspicious this type of infection is more common in patients who have allergies anyway.
The only exception to this would be liver elevations caused by steroids.